Angel Moran

October 2, 1939 - January 9, 2022

Angel Moran passed away January 9, 2022 in McKinney, Texas at the age of 82. He was born October 2, 1939 to Lucio and Guadalupe (Morales) Moran in Mexico. Angel graduated from high school in Manzanillo, Mexico. He moved to the United States in 1964, and married Bertha Vargas in El Paso, Texas on February 9, 1964. Angel started his career working hard to support his new bride and family by working at Hotel Moran in Juarez, Mexico. He immigrated to California in 1965 to start his own business in many trades, exports, and imports. His hobbies included drawing, painting, wood carving and music. During his demand to fulfill his family’s needs he was in a motor vehicle accident in 1992. He was blessed to survive and return to supporting the most important part of his life which is his family.

He is survived by his wife, Bertha Moran of McKinney, Texas; daughter, Angie Celestial and husband, Oliver of McKinney, Texas; son, Albert Moran and wife, Patricia Tovar of Gilroy, California; son, Fabian Moran and wife, Mimi of Allen, Texas; six grandchildren, Rene, Rogelio, Christian, Alex, Sebastian, and Adrian; three great grandchildren, Priscilla, Andre and Mila; three brothers, Pillo, Chato, and Victor Moran; sisters, Elena Mendias, Juanita Moran, Francisca Moran, Malena Moran and Guille Moran.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Lucio and Guadalupe Moran, and brothers Lucio, Nestor, and Augustin Moran.

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You will be dearly missed! Martha Vargas Mize, January 17, 2022 Con mucho respeto don angel, descanse en paz, un buen señor.
Juan sanchez jc , January 14, 2022 Mr. Moran was my first boss. He gave me a job working for Moran's Mexican Imports at the San Jose Flea Market. I had to be at his house at 6:00am so he Mrs. Moran could take us to work. I was famous for selling $2.00 piggy banks. I worked with his daughter Angie and my best friend Tony Lopez. He was a smart businessman. While we were selling ceramic statues and pottery, Mr. Moran was selling food from his food truck which is now a huge hit in the food market. The Moran's are a proud and good looking family. They were well respected in our neighborhood. We were all sad to see them leave. Angie and I were neighborhood friends and still remain in contact. I am glad that Mr. Moran was able to spend his last years enjoying his family in Texas and living the good life. May you rest in peace. Strength and prayers to all families. Randy Lira, January 12, 2022 From the moment I met the Moran family and Angel over 45 years ago, I felt like a family member because of Mr. Moran. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all the memories. Love, Derek and Family
Derek Cuenca, January 11, 2022 I remember him working and running the tire shop at the Berryessa flea market & at Moran’s Tires with his sons. He was always full of life and so welcoming. Rest easy Mr. Moran.
Mari Ladson , January 10, 2022 May you rest peacefully in paradise Mr. Moran. You gave me my first job at the age of 12 and instilled good work ethics. Thank you! For that I enjoyed so many good memories. Your daughter will always be my Best friend for life. Love your family.
Marta Bayne, January 10, 2022